He spent the following year teaching biology labs at the local junior college (where he kept his age a carefully guarded secret, since he was younger than the majority of his students), waiting tables (since his dad told him doing so would make him a better doctor), and traveling abroad (he spent three months living in Guatemala and came home fluent in Spanish), before beginning medical school at 19. He is currently in his third year at UT Houston, doing his clinical rotations.
Samuel works and studies hard, but still finds time to read, run, play basketball, practice swing dancing, keep in touch with the family, and stay involved with church activities. We don’t get to see him nearly as often as we like, but FaceTime helps alleviate the pain of missing him.
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